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Even with its somewhat diminished collection, this museum inspires delight and wonder. One of the oldest of Odessa’s museums, it was founded in...
Western and Eastern Art Museum
If you only have time to visit one museum in Odesa, this is the one to visit. Paintings, sculptures and elegant ornaments from some of art...
Alexander Pushkin’s Museum
Visitors to this museum will become acquainted with the adventures of Odesa’s most famous short term resident: the esteemed Russian poet Alexander...
Bleschunov Municipal Museum of Personal Collection
This museum/apartment was the former residence of the alpinist and collector Alexander Bleschunov. It was transferred to the city and opened to the...
Chervonyi prov. 20
Filiki Eteria (Greek meaning ‘society of friends’) has been functioning in Odesa since 1979 as a branch of the Regional History Museum. In the...
Fine Art Museum
This museum is located in the former private residence of Count Pototsky, which was purchased by the city and inaugurated in 1899. The 26 halls host...
As you stroll the museum’s halls, silent portraits gaze down and draw you into their lost world. Books, manuscripts and the personal effects of...
Marine Fleet Museum
This museum and former English club was initially created to suit the interests of the aristocracy. During the Soviet Union, the museum established...
Museum of Waxwork
All of Odesa’s greatest celebrities have been gathered in one place: The Museum of Waxwork. This high society circle currently consists of 26 waxy...
Nicolas Roerich House-Museum
Velyka Arnauts’ka 47, office 2
The museum was established in 2000, and is based on reproductions of work by the adventurer, philosopher and Nobel Prize nominated artist Nicolas...
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